(AP) -- Shooting will have a different look at the Rio Olympics this summer.
The International Shooting Sport Federation altered the finals format for Olympic events, starting all finalists at zero - qualification scores had previously carried over - with eliminations that culminate in a final duel for the gold medal.
The ISSF made the changes in an effort to make the sport more appealing to younger generations and make it more fan friendly. The rules were put in place in 2013 and should make things extra interesting in Rio.
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